[Haskell-cafe] Re: the real world of Haskell books (Re: Online Real World Haskell, problem with Sqlite3 chapters)

Gour gour at mail.inet.hr
Sat Sep 6 02:36:35 EDT 2008

>>>>> "Bryan" == Bryan O'Sullivan <bos at serpentine.com> writes:

Bryan> Other tech books face the same problem, which, if they sell
Bryan> successfully and the authors haven't moved into caves afterwards
Bryan> to recover, they address with subsequent editions. If readers
Bryan> find that specific pieces of information have bitrotted, I'm sure
Bryan> we'll hear about it. In that case, we'll create a wiki page with
Bryan> errata, and link to it from the book site.

I think we should be happy that RWH book is done and considering it is
for 'real-world' users I'm sure they will find a way to cope for
upgrading libs, non-working packages etc.

"A blind uncle is better than no uncle" :-D

Congrats to RWH's 'Gang od Three' ;)



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